View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-to-choose-your-news-damon-brown With the advent of the Internet and social media, news is distributed at an i...
Lot's of ideas you can use news in your classroom, beyond the typical current events share,
This awesome blog discusses up-to-date issues of fact checking and accountability, providing teachers with both journalistic insight and classroom ideas.
A brief detour from chemistry, branching out into science in general today. This graphic looks at the different factors that can contribute towards 'bad' science." Featured on the site, Compound Interest.
From the Stony Brook University Center for News Literacy, this site models how students can examine breaking news stories. Details how breaking stories all have one thing in common: “In the immediate aftermath, news outlets will get it wrong.”
Check out News Literacy 101. Follow the outlined steps to help kids (and you!) resist fake news, fact-check, and think critically about news and information.
Helps teachers build lessons around the Pulitzer Center's educational programs designed around global issues, helping students "think critically about the creation and dissemination of news, and inspire them to become active consumers and producers of information"